Landmark Kaurna Learning Circle unveiled

Image of Kaurna Learning Circle lit up at night

The new landmark northern entrance to the University of Adelaide’s city campus has been officially opened, featuring the Kaurna Learning Circle; an open-air meeting place and ceremonial space to be used by all.

Created as a collaborative project between the University’s Wirltu Yarlu Aboriginal Education and Kaurna cultural advisers, the Circle recognises and celebrates the Kaurna Aboriginal people and their deep connection to the Adelaide Plains.

The outdoor venue is a key development in the University’s Public Realm project, which has just been awarded the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) Award of Excellence for Urban Design.


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